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Subject: Re: How to remove all occurences of a specific type of paragraph?
From: Jay Smith <jay@xxxxxxxxxxxx>
Date: Fri, 11 Dec 1998 17:44:26 -0500
Organization: Jay Smith & Associates
If I am understanding things correctly, Paul may be using FM 553 which, on Win95 anyway, has a known bug. Adobe supposedly fixed this in 556. Until you get 556 installed, if that is your problem, the solutions include changing a limited number of occurences and CLOSING your document. Then changing some more and closing, etc. When *I* hit this bug, I was replacing an approximate 8-letter string with null text. I could make 21 such changes before it crashed. The *helpful* Adobe person (who read my post on this group!) indicated that this bug had to do with Find/Replace changes that were causing reformatting of the document. Jay Smith Banttari, Ananda wrote: > > Paul asks: > > Do any of you know how to remove all occurences of a paragraph > > with a certain tag? > > I tried using the "Find / Change ... " dialog box, finding all > > occurrences of the "writer comment" paragraph tag and replacing > > it with a null text string, but this causes Frame to crash!! > > Instead of a null string, try a string like "kill" or "null" > on the first pass. Then replace all the comment tags with body > tags. Then do a second pass, searching for the "kill" > paragraph preceded by a paragraph marker. Finally, replace > that with a single paragraph marker. In the diagram below, > P is the paragraph ending symbol... > > Step 1: > ...and this is text. P search for the comment tag > *this is a comment* P > This is text.... > > Step 2: > ...and this is text. P replace the paragraph text > *Kill* P > This is text.... > > Step 3: > ...and this is text. P change the comment tag to > Kill P the body tag > This is text.... > > Step 4: > ...and this is text. P search for "P Kill P" and > This is text.... replace with "P" > > You may need to use the clipboard/by pasting options in the > search/replace dialog; to change the tags you can use the > Global Update Options in the Paragraph Designer. > > HTH, > Ananda Banttari > email@example.com > ** To unsubscribe, send a message to firstname.lastname@example.org ** ** with "unsubscribe framers" (no quotes) in the body. **